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Carolina Star lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good bluegrass song recorded by Tony Rice.
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Carolina Star Recorded by Tony Rice Written by Hugh Moffatt
C F Back in the hills those slow rollin’ hills C G7 Where North Carolina comes close to the stars C F There’s livin’ a lady who’s shinin’ so high G7 C They call her the Carolina Star
F She works at the factory from Monday through Friday C G7 She’s raisin’ three daughters alone C F Their daddy’s away he’s chasing a dream G7 C They’re waitin’ for the day that he comes home
G7 F C Oh Carolina F G7 C Even stars get lonesome now and then G7 F C Oh Carolina F G7 C Don’t you worry he’ll be comin’ home again
F He’s playin’ his songs in Nashville C G7 He’s pickin’ for tips in a bar C F He’s broke and all alone but he ain’t ready to come home G7 C He’s gonna be a bluegrass pickin’ star
F Sometimes she wakes up just thinking of him C G7 She remembers him beside her in the night C F While out across those hills that old moon is settled in G7 C And those Carolina stars are shining bright
F G7 C Yes he loves you and he’s comin’ home again
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